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Posts from ‘May, 2015’

Alternative Spring Break: Time Over the Border

Chelsea Henderson The Paw Print Many are attracted to social service – the rewards are immediate, the gratification quick. But if we have social justice, we won’t need social service.”  ~Julian Bond Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a learning experience and immersion into different cultures. ASU groups have gone to New Orleans, San Francisco, and […]

Best Rated Restaurants in Alamosa

Jordan Smith The Paw Print Food is one of the many pleasures and comforts we have in our lives, especially as college students. It’s nice having the dining hall right outside our doors, but after a whole year, the food from the dining hall can get a little boring, and sometimes sickening. Eating the same […]

Before I Go to Sleep Movie Review

Rebecca Carey The Paw Print This 92-minute thriller and mystery tells the story of Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman) who suffers from anterograde amnesia and is unable to form new memories. She can store information throughout the day but every night when she goes to sleep her brain resets itself. Everything she learned about her past […]

How to Boost Your Metabolism and Burn Calories Faster

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Boosting one’s metabolism has always been one of the major objectives of those who are trying to lose weight or just to get in shape. What a person’s metabolism represents is the speed with which your body burns the calories you intake. While it is a fact that some of […]

Books to Read While You are Procrastinating Studying for Finals

Cassandra Truelson The Paw Print Whether or not you are procrastinating for finals or are looking for something new to read, here is a list of books that I would recommend for the avid reader. Frozen  by: Melissa de la Cruz, Michael Johnston Frozen is set in a futuristic Las Vegas that is now covered […]

Women’s Lacrosse Takes Down CSU-Pueblo in Overtime

The women’s lacrosse team secured their first victory of the 2015 season on Friday with a nerve-wracking overtime victory over the CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves. After trading goals for the final few minutes of the game, ASU was able to hold off the Thunderwolves in overtime for a 13-12 victory. Samantha Hammer scored the game winning goal […]

Weekend Wins Put Baseball in Playoff Contention

The baseball team picked up three wins this weekend in their home series against New Mexico Highlands.  A grandslam from Dillon Bollig on Saturday and another from Dillon Granzella on Sunday helped secure the victories for ASU. Andrew MacMahon and J.D. Heredia also pitched complete games on Saturday. The wins give ASU the chance to […]

Real Madrid C.F. Closes in on FC Barcelona for Finals

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Real Madrid C.F. 3:1  Malaga CF The team from Madrid managed to win its home game against Malaga CF on Saturday, April 18th and by that kept its distance of only 2 points behind the current leaders in Primera, FC Barcelona. The leaders from Barcelona won their match against Valencia […]

Percussion Extravaganza Is On April 28

ALAMOSA (April 21) – The Adams State University Percussion Extravaganza begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, in Richardson Hall Auditorium. The Adams State Percussion Ensemble will perform the works of Levitan, Rennick, Reich, Shostakovich, Trevino, Westlake, and more. According to James Doyle, Adams State percussion director, the concert is in two parts and begins […]

The Greek Government Turns To East For Help

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The official spokesperson for the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, has officially stated that as of now there hasn’t been any contractual agreement reached with Greece on the possibility for financial help from Russia in the range of 3-5 billion euros. However, he explained that any assistance in this size will […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet